New York Times, Tuesday, August 22, 2000

Author: Ed Early
Editor: Will Shortz
Ed Early
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Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {JKQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Early. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. "You missed a ___!" : SPOT
5. Hilo hello : ALOHA
10. Summer place : CAMP
14. Heather Headley title role on Broadway : AIDA
15. Lions' locks : MANES
16. Concluded : OVER
17. 2000 runner : GEORGEBUSH
19. Alternative to hot pants : MINI
20. Go astray : ERR
21. They're on tap in taprooms : ALES
22. Coats with gold : GILDS
23. Stir up : ROIL
24. Humor that's not funny : SARCASM
26. Classic Chevy : IMPALA
29. Broadway aunt : MAME
30. ___ dog (backwoods animal) : COON
31. Game for the asocial : SOLITAIRE
36. What 55-Across is to 17-Across : ELECTIONANAGRAM
39. Toppled, in a way : DETHRONED
40. Reply to the Little Red Hen : NOTI
41. "Off with you!" : AWAY
42. Frank : WIENER
44. Part of a freight train : FLATCAR
48. ___ on (orders to attack) : SICS
49. Ill-gotten gains : LUCRE
50. Prego competitor : RAGU
51. Part of a litter : PUP
54. Sparkling wine center : ASTI
55. See 36-Across : HEBUGSGORE
58. Rung : STEP
59. Restaurateur of song : ALICE
60. Brezhnev's land : USSR
61. Famous alter ego : HYDE
62. Got smart, with "up" : WISED
63. Ravioli filler : MEAT
1. Solomon : SAGE
2. Jetty : PIER
3. Locker room emanation : ODOR
4. Driveway material : TAR
5. Aviator Earhart : AMELIA
6. RCA or Columbia : LABEL
7. Burden : ONUS
8. "___ a Rebel" (1962 #1 hit) : HES
9. Straight-grained wood : ASH
10. Chris Rock, for one : COMIC
11. 1950's Indians All-Star Bobby : AVILA
12. Darns : MENDS
13. Rainbow maker : PRISM
18. Famous Dartmoor facility : GAOL
22. Garbo of "Anna Christie" : GRETA
23. Dude's place? : RANCH
24. First course, maybe : SALAD
25. Notorious Idi : AMIN
26. Like shrimp during shipping : ICED
27. Infiltrator : MOLE
28. Langston Hughes, e.g. : POET
29. Dollars and Deutsche marks : MONEY
31. Echo analyzer : SONAR
32. Choreographer de Mille : AGNES
33. Monopoly token : IRON
34. 5¢/gallon, e.g. : RATE
35. Head of state in Kuwait : EMIR
37. Vestige : TRACE
38. Where Red Delicious apples originated : IOWA
42. Like a London jurist : WIGGED
43. Some hosp. rooms : ICUS
44. Jiffy : FLASH
45. Robust : LUSTY
46. Functioned : ACTED
47. Rubbish : TRIPE
48. 50-Across, e.g. : SAUCE
50. McGwire stats : RBIS
51. Sit for a photograph : POSE
52. ___ Minor : URSA
53. Overly familiar, maybe : PERT
55. Hee's follower : HAW
56. Whitney of gin fame : ELI
57. Ruin, with "up" : GUM

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